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CSPAC Forum 2014

“Safety and Health in a Recovering Construction Industry”

The CSPAC Annual Forum will be held on:
Wednesday, 26th November 2014: 7.30 am – 12.15 pm
CIF, Construction House, Canal Rd, Dublin 6

The Forum will focus on how industry should address improvements in health and safety management in a sector that has struggled in the past six years and is now experiencing signs of recovery
The Forum will consist of a series of presentations by industry leaders on the Forum theme and following the presentations, an opportunity for attendees to break into syndicate groups to address key questions relating to the future of CSPAC and the priority action areas relating to improving industry management of safety and health issues in 2015.
Programme Chairman: Peter McCabe, Construction Safety Partnership Advisory Committee
7.30am – 8.15am: Registration & Networking
8.15am – 8.30am: Welcome from CSPAC Chairman
8.30am – 8.45 am: Gerald Nash TD, Minster of State, Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation”– “Construction 2020 – how can it assist improving safety”
8.45 am – 9.30am: Construction Projections 2015
Tom Parlon, CIF
John McGrath, SOLAS
Fergus Whelan, ICTU
9.30am – 9.45am: Hank Fogarty, CIRI – “Construction Industry Register of Ireland – how can it influence safety?”
9.45 am – 10.30am: Targeting Health Improvements
Brian Higgisson, HSA / Martin Cronin, John Sisk & Son / Kieran Sludds, HSA
10.30am – 11.00am: Break
11.00am – 11.30am: Syndicate groups (3)
11.30am – 12.15pm: Feedback & Discussion

To book a place on the Forum please contact: [email protected] – numbers are limited

CSPAC Forum 2014
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